The iPhone 12 Pro may finally get a 120Hz screen


Several different online sources have published information today that early rumors about the iPhone 12 Pro screen could be false. In the fifth iteration of the iOS 14 beta version, an option to force the frequency to 60 Hz is available. It clearly confirms the idea of ​​using more advanced displays in the Pro version of the iPhone 12.

The iPhone 12 Pro may finally get a 120Hz screen

Following this, another well-known author of credible leaks, Jon Prosser, also hinted on Twitter that the hopes of debuting 120Hz screens in some iPhone 12 models should not be left as the company is preparing an advertisement for the 12 Pro Max in the style of iPad Pro. But he also stressed that there is still no firm confidence in its appearance. This is due to technical difficulties with battery consumption.

iPhone 12 Pro Max design and specs leaked

Apple is preparing for the fall release of the flagship line of smartphones iPhone 12. Meanwhile, more and more information about future innovations appears on the network.

Recently, a Chinese source posted a live photo of the back of one of the series’ models. Presumably, this is part of the iPhone 12 Pro Max – the most expensive iPhone in the 2020 series.

The metallic blue panel shows a block with three large holes for regular camera modules, one small hole at the top for the flash, the smallest hole on the right for a microphone. And the lower small hole can be for a LiDAR scanner, but smaller than in the iPad Pro, or ToF time-of-flight camera.

According to preliminary data, the iPhone 12 Pro Max will have a 6.7-inch OLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, 5-nanometer A14 Bionic SoC, 6 GB of RAM, 128, 256 or 512 GB of internal flash memory, iOS 14 operating system. The main camera will include a 12-megapixel wide-angle module, a 12-megapixel telephoto module, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module, and 3D ToF. The front camera will have a 12MP wide-angle and 3D modules.

Apple will lower the prices of iPhone 12 components to offset the 5G cost

The iPhone 12 should be official on October 12. The other day there were rumors about Apple event on September 10. But on this day, the premiere of the iPad 8, iPad Pro and the Apple Watch 6 should take place.

According to a new research report by the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is aiming to lower the prices of iPhone 12 components to offset rising costs of 5G technology and not raise retail prices for smartphones. Adding full 5G support to new smartphones will increase component costs by $125-135, the analyst said. So the company is looking for ways to lower costs for other components.

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